RFID tags that
are very simple, are small transponders that respond to queries from a reader
by wirelelessly transporting a serial number or similar identifier. They are
heavier used to track items in production environments. They are used to think
of as an advanced barcode. However, their possibly area of use is much large.
This paper used a new applications that are possible using RFID technology such
as location last items, tracker move able objects, and many more. RFID tags are
expected into the billions over the next few years and yet, they are simply
treated the same way as barcodes without considering the impact that this
advanced technology has on privacy. This paper presents possible RFID systems
and some proposed solutions well.
RFID can be more cost: that are it be software or hardware, RFID
requires more costly equipment. Additionally, tags, whether they be Active,
Passive or Semi Passive, can set a business back a ways.
Trouble with metals and liquids.
Tough to the grasp technology: understand the different tag and frequencies
of rfid technology is the major problem.
The RFID collision course: In deal with RFID technology, work come
across reader and tag collisions. With reader collision, a worker might come
across interference from another reader in the field. Result:-
RFID technology. Radio-frequency
identification (RFID) technology use transmuting
for transforming the information. The basic technology that are of an RFID tag and a reader. The reader is a device that are
more antennas that emit radio waves and receive signals back from the tag. Results
from a proof-of-concept trial of the use of RFID technology to measure micro enterprise
turnover in Sri Lanka.
Rfid technology are very important that are used
in everywhere, every world. This is use in India mostly. Rfid help us security and
Rfid are more data than bar code
Rfid can b add are changed
Rfid standard are developed
Literature review of rfid:-
Implement of radio
frequency technology like India developing country like India has remarkable services such as charging and discharging,
automated handling of materials, security, high-speed inventory and moved
beyond security to become tracking systems that combine security, reduced the
data entry errors, enhanced customer service, and records updates. This article
is an attempt to assess the potential of these aspects after the implementation
of RFID technology and factors responsible for the slow influx of the
technology, as revealed in the reported literature covering the concerned
libraries of India. It is hoped that the present study will help Librarians and
Library professionals in improving the return on investment and proving the
long-term security of the library.